ONLINE GRAPHIC NOVELS, REAL LIFE STORIES 2

OTTILIE HAINSWORTH
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In this supportive and exciting online class we will focus on picture-storytelling inspired by graphic novels, visual diaries and reportage.

For students who completed Online Graphic Novels, Real Life Stories 1.

Our graphic novels tutor Ottilie Hainsworth is delighted to be able to offer you an opportunity to join her class online! In this supportive and exciting class Ottilie will guide students through an exploration of picture-storytelling inspired by graphic novels, visual diaries and reportage. You will work in a sketchbook on weekly drawing and writing tasks designed to develop skills such as character development, gathering visual research and mining stories from your own life, memories and imagination. We hope that you will build up a vibrant sketchbook full of your own ideas and stories by the end of the course. Along with your fellow students you will experience a fantastic way of enjoying a creative activity with limited materials whilst staying at home.

In order to take part in the course you will need to make sure you have the following in place:

  • Internet connection
  • A smart phone or laptop/computer with the camera enabled
  • Whatsapp / FaceTime or similar
  • An email address to receive the link to the Zoom group chat (you don’t need a login)

You can use a laptop or computer to access Whatsapp & Zoom on a larger scale than a smart phone. You can find out more about these online platforms here:

Whatsapp / Zoom

Ottilie will help you to work with whatever materials you have at home but ideally you will have a sketchbook and some basic art materials.
You will also need a quiet corner in which to work.

Ottilie graduated from Glasgow School of Art and gained an MA RCA in illustration in 1994. She has taught drawing in various forms to adults and children for many years in different places including Evolution Arts, Glasgow School of Art and Phoenix Brighton. She enjoys creating comics about her every day life, and her work is included in “Brighton-The Graphic Novel”. Ottilie’s first graphic novel “Talking to Gina” was published by Myriad Editions in September 2017.

In this supportive and exciting online class we will focus on picture-storytelling inspired by graphic novels, visual diaries and reportage.

For students who completed Online Graphic Novels, Real Life Stories 1.

Our graphic novels tutor Ottilie Hainsworth is delighted to be able to offer you an opportunity to join her class online! In this supportive and exciting class Ottilie will guide students through an exploration of picture-storytelling inspired by graphic novels, visual diaries and reportage. You will work in a sketchbook on weekly drawing and writing tasks designed to develop skills such as character development, gathering visual research and mining stories from your own life, memories and imagination. We hope that you will build up a vibrant sketchbook full of your own ideas and stories by the end of the course. Along with your fellow students you will experience a fantastic way of enjoying a creative activity with limited materials whilst staying at home.

In order to take part in the course you will need to make sure you have the following in place:

  • Internet connection
  • A smart phone or laptop/computer with the camera enabled
  • Whatsapp / FaceTime or similar
  • An email address to receive the link to the Zoom group chat (you don’t need a login)

You can use a laptop or computer to access Whatsapp & Zoom on a larger scale than a smart phone. You can find out more about these online platforms here:

Whatsapp / Zoom

Ottilie will help you to work with whatever materials you have at home but ideally you will have a sketchbook and some basic art materials.
You will also need a quiet corner in which to work.

Ottilie graduated from Glasgow School of Art and gained an MA RCA in illustration in 1994. She has taught drawing in various forms to adults and children for many years in different places including Evolution Arts, Glasgow School of Art and Phoenix Brighton. She enjoys creating comics about her every day life, and her work is included in “Brighton-The Graphic Novel”. Ottilie’s first graphic novel “Talking to Gina” was published by Myriad Editions in September 2017.

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